where does a computer store its basic hardware settings?

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Answered: I need help getting my printer to connect to the computer it shows in

You didn't give the name of your printer or your computer operating system. Something that sometimes works for you to try. ----- Turn your printer off ---- Get on the Internet and turn your printer on and wait. ------- It will search for the right drivers.

Answered: Memory stick can not be accessed by my computer, reporting error "....is

I have the Topaz 20 Husqvarnaviking. I have never updated before. All my software is updated. Yesterday I decided to update my embroidery machine so I could use 2 of the new hoops. I downloaded it yesterday, when I tried to download it onto my machine it would not download the Topaz 20 machine ...

Answered: AOL Settings to read E-mail

Windows operating systems have a magnifier, different settings, learn to use it.

Answered: Have no sound in computer

It could be a number of thing's giving you this issue: 1. No Driver's for sound card 2. Bad sound card 3. Incorrect output device setting's 4. If you have an after market sounds card maybe it came out of it's PCI slot it does happen. Hope this help's you out troubleshoot each one it has to be ...

Answered: Where do I find Settings?

If you are running AOL Desktop, Settings is an icon at the top, for me it is the 6th from the left. If you are looking at aol.com, you can get to Settings at Help (way down at the bottom), or go directly to http://help.aol.com/help/settings/
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Can't access Account Settings

If you are running AOL Desktop, Settings is an icon at the top, for me it is the 6th from the left. If you are looking at aol.com, you can get to Settings at Help (way down at the bottom), or go directly to http://help.aol.com/help/settings/

when a decktop computer say dvd drive not hooked up, but one is hooked up

This issue generally happens when your computer is not having DVD related drives or DLL files. Check and update your system’s driver as well as DLL software. Now look whether DVD is detected or not. If not then it might be due to some kind of virus infection. You need to check for any kind of ...

Where did connect speakers in back of computer

Check for the speaker hole in the sound card. It should be pale green.